Liverpool born poet and writer Michael Walsh traces his Liverpool roots back to 1865. This was the year his Irish great-grandmother arrived in the Second City of Empire. His parents were born at the turn of what was to become the most tumultuous century in history. Michael's father, Patrick, fought in three major conflicts before reaching his fortieth birthday. His mother, Kathleen, was a former nun turned gun-running renegade.
On leaving school at 15 years of age, Michael spent 12 weeks at the Merchant Navy School for Sailors in Sharpness, Gloucestershire. During his years at sea, he was to visit and work in over 60 countries.
The journalist and broadcaster since provided articles and columns for numerous magazines and international news media. In 2011 he was awarded Writer of the Year by the publishers of Euro Weekly News, Europe's highest-circulation newspaper of its kind. He has authored, edited and ghosted over 70 book titles.
The Target, an American retailer recently pulled a range of transgender-related products. Target stores in at least three US states have received bomb threats after management removed LGBTQ merchandise following a backlash from conservative shoppers. One message accused the retailer of being cowards who turned their back on the LGBT community.
Drunken US troops were caged for brawling in a Slovakia supermarket and are to be recalled from their posts. The U.S. embassy in Slovakia described the incident as ‘an inexcusable display of disrespect towards the Slovak police and the community’.
The migration policy of Angela Merkel was a disaster, but now the EU is attempting to cope with the consequences of mass immigration through compulsory migrant quotas:
To make ends meet, the wife of Europe’s most successful author and poet washes dishes in a restaurant for €6 an hour. A dissident publisher offered to publish Michael Walsh books but requires a $150 contribution per book publishing cost. Michael appealed for help and received just $20.
Since the beginning of 2023, more than 100,000 asylum applications have been filed in Germany, an increase of 78 percent over the previous year. The massive influx is driving the growth of anti-immigration sentiment across Germany, as French news station Europe 1 reports.
You won’t see this on television news. The pro-life movement is growing in Croatia, writes Croatian journalist Goran Andrijanić, who currently lives in Poland. In the past few weeks, Marches for Life have been held in 12 Croatian cities, with these events designed to draw attention to the need for the protection of life from conception to natural death. The demonstrations were organized by several pro-life non-governmental organizations, with the largest one being ‘In the Name of the Family.’
In the city of Dortmund, police officers from the troubled multicultural Wache Nord station say they have experienced increased levels of repression, including from their own police officials simply for doing their job. The police are told not to control the migrant population there, even as businesses and locals complain about open-air drug markets and routine violence.
EXCLUSIVE: Portugal is paying a high price after a new law allows up to 300 million foreigners to gain legal residency, says the leader of Portugal’s CHEGA party, André Ventura.
Henry Kissinger, the foreign policy eminence grise who has advised half a dozen US presidents, has caused the deaths of over 3 million people, according to an Intercept report published Tuesday to mark the realpolitik strategist’s 100th birthday.
Conservative broadcaster Nigel Farage said the record figures represent ‘a total breach of trust between voters and this government’: Net migration into Britain last year reached a record 606,000, according to figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Thursday.